Bone enhancement

In cases where there is insufficient bone volume in the implant's lining, it is necessary to prepare it for implant implantation. There are a number of bone enhancement protocols, and in our center it is performed by the most scientifically and clinically accepted protocol, which implies the use of artificial bone in combination with the patient's bone at the donor location. It is most often a donor site near the area we are upgrading, so no additional cuts or sewing are required. The aforementioned mixture is placed in the defective place and is fixed by membranes produced by collagen or PTFE. Using growth hormone and stem cells, the sometimes demanding bone replacement process becomes safe and predictable.

PREPARATION

In the preparation of the procedure, the patient prepares an orthopantomographic footage and a cbc image, which together with the intraoral examination provides the basis for the therapy plan. During the examination at the clinic, the patient is familiarized with the procedure, filling out general health forms and signing the consent to the surgery. After determining the procedure for performing the procedure, the patient is also given the previous term for thoroughly cleaning the soft and hard deposits, at intervals of no more than 7 days. Also, the patient is introduced antiseptic therapy in the form of fluid for the lining of the oral cavity. Prior to the procedure the patient receives a standard premedication consisting of antibiotics, anxiolytics and analgesics.

RECOVERY

A moderate to severe swelling is expected in the recovery after surgery, depending on the duration of the procedure, the complexity of the procedure itself, and of course on the response of the body, which may vary. The patient is advised to cool down the area of the procedure to reduce the pain and possible swelling. In all of the operative interventions performed at our center, growth hormones obtained from the patient's blood are used, with the purpose of faster healing and reduction of post-operative disorders. Recovery after surgery is regularly without major problems. The patient may feel milder pain or tenderness due to stitches (if placed), which is alleviated by pain medications. The patient is advised to cool down the area of the procedure to reduce the pain and possible swelling. In all the operative interventions performed at our center, growth hormones isolated from the patient's blood are used, with the aim of faster healing and reduction of postoperative disorders.

PERFORMANCE

This procedure is performed with the goal of bone volume augmentation. By carrying out this procedure, the initial unacceptable region is transformed into a quality implant lining to ensure its long-term stability.

COMPLICATIONS

The main prerequisite for the success of this procedure is that the whole region in which we have replaced the bone is covered with the mucus during healing and bone acceptance. Thus, the main complication and the reason for the failure of this procedure are mucosal perforation and membrane exposure. Also, there may be an infection, swelling and pain.

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